Bretado v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
Court explained that the facts alleged by the insured, if true, were sufficient to support a claim against the insurer for breach of contract regarding underinsured benefits; thus, her claim was ripe. Further, the court explained that she had standing to sue the insurer as the insured under the policy personally aggrieved by the insurer's actions.
automobile liability insurance policy, underinsured motorist, uninsured motorist, standing, jurisdiction, breach of contract, coverage denial
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